Dylan Robinson, 15, appeared in Otsego County Court this afternoon, accused of the second-degree murder of his father, Kenneth Robinson, 53, during a burglary in Worcester last week.

Also accused in the murder and burglary, first degree, were Alexander Borgreen, 16, and Anais Soto, 15.

All three are Oneonta High School students.

“The facts established that Robinson, Borgreen and Soto were in the residence at the time of the shooting,” District Attorney John Muehl told County Judge John Lambert. “They all had weapons. It doesn’t matter that some of them didn’t pull the trigger; they’re just as guilty.”

Alexis Lotterman, 16, Walton, was charged with burglary.

According to state police, Robinson was shot “multiple times” with a long gun during an alleged burglary at his home in Worcester on Thursday, Oct 10.

A fourth teen, Alexis Lotterman, 16, Walton, was accused of burglary. “No evidence shows she was in the residence or that she even knew what the plan was,” said Muehl.

Muehl told Lambert that he intends to file the paperwork to keep the case against Robinson, Borgreen and Soto out of family court, and try them as adults. Bail was set at $50,000 bond, $25,000 cash.

Lotterman, he said, will not be charged as an adult. Her bail was set at $3,500 cash.

Nicolas Meridy, 32, Oneonta, was also charged with second-degree murder and first-degree burglary. He will appear in Worcester Town Court on Thursday, Oct. 17.
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